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Clockwise from top left: Tyler Hurt, Wanona Thomas, Marvin Anderson, Malik Yusef

"Find Me. I Will Be Your Community."

The brief clips we share here show what can happen when black people living with HIV decide to disclose their status in safe, supportive spaces.

By Daisy Becerra
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California Man Denied Service at Barbershop for HIV Status Wins Court Case

Nikko Briteramos won his court case and is now advocating to end stigma in black businesses, including barbershops.

By Mathew Rodriguez
Abdul-Aliy A Muhammad

HIV Activist Jumps Into the Philadelphia City Council Race

Housing and displacement are a major focus of their campaign.

By Kenyon Farrow
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Q&A: Dr. Joseph Gathe, HIV-Treatment Specialist

Q&A: Dr. Joseph Gathe, HIV-Treatment Specialist More than 10,000 HIV-positive people nationwide have learned their serostatus since 2007 because of a routine-testing project to increase testing and HIV knowledge in the Black community, funded by the ...

By Cindy George for The Black AIDS Institute